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New cybersecurity rules for investment firms not so bad, say Orlando experts

Orlando experts have something to say about the new Security and Exchange Commission cybersecurity rules for investment advisers and funds that likely will be finalized in October.

The adoption of the rules was expected sooner, but the SEC reopened the comment period relevant to the rules “to allow interested persons additional time to analyze the issues,” according to an SEC news release.

Orlando Business Journal | September 28, 2023

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Orlando experts explain why workers are skeptical that AI can relieve work stress

Many workers are concerned — and rightfully so — about artificial intelligence resulting in job cuts. They’re less convinced AI tools like ChatGPT will help challenges like burnout and stress, which have been key factors fueling turnover.

That’s one takeaway from a new survey from Eagle Hill Consulting, which found 62% of workers don’t believe generative AI tools will help reduce their stress levels. Read More

Orlando Business Journal | September 11, 2023

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New SEC rules force fast turnaround on hack disclosures. Orlando experts say 4 days is not enough time.

Controversial new Securities and Exchange Commission rules that will take effect Aug. 26 are designed to create consistency to cybersecurity-related disclosures, said SEC Chair Gary Gensler — but one aspect of the mandate has some area experts concerned. Read More

Orlando Business Journal | August 4, 2023

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Data breaches the new normal. Here’s how local firms can protect themselves.

Jayco CIO Services‘ Jay A. Cohen said he knows the look all too well. The owner of The Villages-based professional services firm often advises CEOs on beefing up security on the tech front and eliminating vulnerabilities that could allow a breach. Read More

Orlando Business Journal | July 19, 2023
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Orlando cybersecurity experts weigh in on growing problem after major health care data breach

In the wake of HCA Healthcare’s massive data breach announced last week, Orlando experts say it’s important for Central Florida businesses to constantly monitor and update IT systems regularly, among other key steps, to protect their own data. Read More

Orlando Business Journal | July 17, 2023